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					Eldon Foote Track and Field Scholarship Competition,Canada




                                              Track and Field Scholarship founded
by : The university of alberta,canada

Scholarships Value: $2,000 a year for a maximum of five years ($10,000)

Scholarships available : Two scholarships are available each year.These scholarships
are valued at $2,000 per year for a maximum of five years ($10,000 total) provided
recipients meet the requalification conditions.

Track and Field Scholarship Eligibility :

      Scholarship applicant must demonstrate outstanding athletic accomplishment in
       track and field (preference is given to international, national, and provincial
       standards respectively)
      Scholarship applicant must have a minimum Grade 12 award average of 80%
      Scholarship applicant must be Alberta residents
      Scholarship applicant must have attended Grades 10, 11, and 12 in Alberta and
       graduated from an Alberta high school within two years of attending the U of A
      Scholarship applicant must be registered full-time at the University of Alberta in
       September 2012
      Scholarship applicant must become a member of the Pandas or Golden Bears
       Track and Field Teams

Track and Field Scholarship application : The Eldon Foote Track and Field
Scholarship application will be available in Bear Tracks when the competition opens for
the 2012 Academic year.

Closing Deadline: Aug 30, 2012

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Description: Track and Field Scholarship founded by : The university of alberta,canada Scholarships Value: $2,000 a year for a maximum of five years ($10,000) Scholarships available : Two scholarships are available each year.These scholarships are valued at $2,000 per year for a maximum of five years ($10,000 total) provided recipients meet the requalification conditions.